Cisco is setting up an $80m commercial cloud joint venture with Chinese hardware manufacturer TCL Corp, following other US tech giant’s move in cloud computing services in China.
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Chinese networking giant's new research site in the Sophia Antipolis technology hub is its 17th in Europe and will focus on chipset design and embedded technology.
Chinese-French smartphone maker has already made its mark in the Hexagon, and now it's got its sights set on taking its unique recipe for smartphone sales further afield.
The iPad and iPhone maker says it has contributed to the creation of over 600,000 jobs in Europe, and the App Store is an element more important than you may think.
Following the company's decision to shift its focus to Europe, the Chinese networking giant says it plans to add 5,500 employees in the region over five years and double its R&D team to 1,700 in three years.
The EU will not take action against Chinese mobile telecom equipment maker including Huawei and ZTE, in order to maintain European manufacturers a place in the world’s second-largest economy.
Cisco is hoping that Australian IT managers will begin reinvesting after holding off spending in 2013.
The Chinese IT firm - which has faced suspicion in the US about its historically strong ties with China's government and military - promises to step up investment in Europe.
Security researchers say that Chinese hackers monitored the computers of give European foreign ministries before the G20 Summit.
In a bid to expand its reach in Europe, the Chinese telecommunications equipment manufacturer is due to embark on a hiring spree.
Despite widespread security worries, the Chinese firm is pushing ahead with plans to tap into cloud computing markets based in Europe.
Time Equity Partners is aiming to raise €100m to fund digital economy companies in France and Europe, as well as globally.
The EFF says that it supports the plight of Chinese activists suing Cisco for allegedly selling technology which facilitated human rights abuses.
Server sales have been whacked by a weak economy and consolidation moves. Cisco, however, is growing rapidly and Dell picked up market share.
Chinese telecom equipment maker is moving its focus from U.S. to Europe, seeing a stronger business case for the continent which it sees as a way to increase its presence in developing markets.
UPDATED: Cisco reiterated that it is executing well in a tough market. According to CEO John Chambers, the plan is to become the No. 1 IT company in the world.
The Europe, Middle East, and Africa region contributed most to Chinese telecom vendor's overall revenues in 2012, which jumped 8 percent from 2011 to 220.2 billion yuan.
Chinese telecoms vendor is seeking orders for faster wireless systems in Europe, Southeast Asia and South America to break into top three list by 2015.
While Chinese IT vendors such as Huawei and ZTE face barrriers expanding their presence in the U.S., vendors from the world's largest economy such as Cisco Systems have succeeded in establishing theirs across China.
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